we are running a literacy magazine for a few years now. On reading-walls and online on classic web pages.
Now we are taking our back-editions and put them into RAB to benefit from the audio-plus-highlight-feature and from the distribution via Playstore and Bluetooth.
For ethical reasons, we always clearly distinguish between journalism and advertising. Our magazine is entirely non-commercial but still we have advertising, and want to show clearly what is what.
So in RAB I have seen the known styles marked \p \s1 etc.
Now I want to split those styles into two series and use \pj for journalism and \pa for advertising.
For many details in RAB we have seen the “Add new item” button, but we cannot find “Add style”.
Now please do not tell me that I do not want this. I want two sets of styles. If you can give me bonus CSS like features to distinguish journalism from adverts, you are welcome to write too. Maybe pages which use a separate colours-scheme or whatever, but we hope to achieve this by font-styles mainly.
Since our magazine has an established styles catalog (for example keeping sans-serifs mainly for advertising) we do not need to confuse our readers if RAB can handle it.
I have seen many fluffy styles in RAB which we might “abuse” to create our second series, like “poetry”. I hope poetry never makes it into our magazine in any serious quantity. So we could just re-define those styles for our needs and assign fonts etc. to those. But it would make it harder for my team to prepare the pages. Because the SFM would be named rather randomly that way. A bigger set of styles including two sub-sets of custom SFM (which seem to be based on USFM anyway) would make our lives muchly easier.
If “add style” does not exist (and I cannot find it for that profound reason), I humbly propose it as a useful new feature and hope for many “me-toos” from other users.
RAB is great, we are getting more and more into it. Thank you developper or team of devs.